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Tying in climbers, tall perennials and trained shrubs and fruit bushes needs to be done when the stems are soft and pliable. When shoots are growing quickly in spring and summer, they may have to be tied in to their support once a week. Take care
At this time of year dahlias are producing stunning showy flowers, but they lose impact if the stems flop forward under the weight of the flowers. To get the best dahlia floral display, tie their stems to canes as they grow to give them some support
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Found this very useful and knowledgeable for a beginner to gardening I am definately going to have a go at making a bamboo trellis. It looked quite simple but effective
My late mother used to tie the daffodil stems at the end of Spring. I now have control of the garden and want to replicate her wonderful work. 1). Why tie the daffodil stems? 2). How to tie the daffodil stems? Any articles you can point me too
I need instructions on how to tie a noose?The rest of the instructions are straight forward.
Easter always reminds me of my childhood. I attended a village school in Somerset and we used to pick bunches of primroses (Primula vulgaris), tie them up with coloured wool, place them in baskets and decorate the church.It is sad to think
We all forget to do things sometimes, but I’m rather ashamed about this omission. As I walked around the fruit trees in our mini-orchard last week, I was horrified to discover that a few of them had grown too big for the ties I’d used when staking
Whats the best way to prune logan berries after they have fruited? Cut out the fruited canes-you should have next year fruiting canes growing to tie in.
ones can be hidden by the foliage in just a few weeks. Pea sticks, bamboo canes, tripods or plant supportsSoft string or plant tiesApril - June (or as required) 30 minutes Twiggy stems that have been pruned from shrubs in winter make ideal 'pea sticks